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  1. Mitchell,

    If it is not a bug, here are some additional questions/comments:

    1) I would think the doc needs to be made clearer (http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-1/#!/api/Ext-method-define). In...
  2. REQUIRED INFORMATION


    Ext version tested:
    Ext 4.1.1

    Browser versions tested against:
    Any

    DOCTYPE tested against:
  3. Thanks for you answer.

    I was looking for how to avoid hardcoding these names for several reasons:

    1) be able to uniquely search where specific fields are used. This is difficult on larger...
  4. I'm looking for feedback on best practices for avoiding hardcoding store field names.

    I'll use http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-1/#!/guide/application_architecture as an example:

    ...
  5. (:|
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    Thanks Pedro for the response.

    As a low priority suggestion, it would be nice to have a minimum requirement section in the doc.

    Great job on the library. Thanks.
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    Yes I tried and it worked. That's why I was asking if it is still supported since when something gets removed from the doc it's a good sign it's not supported anymore or will soon get removed ;)
    ...
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    Is the following still supported (From 0.8 manual)?

    "Now, what about those using JDKs prior to 1.5, that do not support annotations? No problem.
    Remove the @DirectMethod annotation from our...
  9. Interesting. In my application the problem is still there with 2.0.2. When I try the hello example with 2.0.2, in IE, I get a full height header and the buttons at the bottom are occluded by the...
  10. The Ext.EventManager.onTextResize does not have a corresponding method to remove the listener. The method onWindowResize has a corresponding method (removeResizeListener).

    Could the Ext team...
  11. I just tested this with 2.0.2 and it is still a bug.

    This is really annoying for my IE users. My only workaround at this stage is to display the header, which, in my application context is even...
  12. In IE, an Ext.Window that has been configured with no header cannot be dragged (the drag cursor does not show up). In FF, the drag cursor shows and it is possible to drag the window using the north...
  13. The Ext.EventManager.onTextResize does not have a corresponding method to remove the listener. The method onWindowResize has a corresponding method (removeResizeListener).

    Does anyone know how to...
  14. Yes I see this too. Even when I add the listener again after the check event fires the first time.

    Any solution? Thanks, Thierry
  15. I'm still stuck with this issue. Anybody with an idea? Or should I consider it is a bug?

    Thanks, Thierry
  16. Thanks Condor for your reply.

    No the problem is not just IE6. I see the same problem in IE6 and IE7.

    The suggested workaround does not work for me. When I mouse over the top border of the...
  17. In IE, I can't drag an Ext.Window that has been configured with no header (the drag cursor does not show up). In FF, the drag cursor shows when I mouse over the north resizable handle.

    This...
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    I finally found a solution to this problem: It turns out that the Panel property deferredRender set to false does exactly what I needed.

    I think the doc (Panel.getUpdater) should be updated with...
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    The solution I ended up using was to add a setSize function to the button and everything works well.

    For reference, if someone needs to do that:



    function doNothingSetSize(size) {}

    ......
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    No. The panel containing the 2 tabs does not know what it needs to be loaded with at autoload time.

    Do I take it that there is no official mechanism to ensure the Panel is rendered before calling...
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    Tim, I don't expect it to be able to update it, if it is not rendered. Sorry if I confused you.
    I do understand the on 'render' event handler but that does not solve my problem.

    I was...
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    That does not seem to help because the tab is not rendered, thus the render event is not called.
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    Not much because I would still need to force the panel to render in order to be able to access its updater.

    Is there a method to force rendering?



    In my case the tab is not explicitly...
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    The Ext.Panel.getUpdater function does not check whether the body property is set. And the body property is set during rendering (from what I can tell).

    Thus if one calls getUpdater before the...
  25. Thanks. This is exactly what I was looking for.
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